I made it!
This last year was a crazy journey with a lot of hard work. I spent it adapting an original story as a graphic novel, and further developing my skills as a writer and illustrator to launch my career.
It's been a very difficult season, but I feel truly blessed to have had the opportunity to live in San Francisco and attend art school. Even on the darkest days, I never once felt like I wasn't supposed to be here, and I am absolutely humbled by all the good things that have come from it over the last few weeks.
It has not been without its costs, however. At the end of everything, I do have some burnout and wrist strain to work through. I had to push some things back, so I'm still working on my page buffer for The Bioroboticist (among other things), but I'm optimistic. Doing my best to be careful and heal, and staying productive.
I am so grateful for everyone who has supported me, and who continue to push me to be the best I can be. If you're reading this, I couldn't have done it without you!
Things are hectic and changing. I am more in love with making things than I have ever been, excited to get started on the next adventure and eager to see where this love takes me next.